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Post Workout Smoothies

Protein Power Booster Nutribullet Blast

 This smoothie is a great one to use if you need to have a full meal on the go, or to use as a post-workout protein shake.  It has just enough carbs and healthy fats for a balanced meal or to support muscle recovery. If you are dieting, try it as a meal replacement. The protein will help keep you feeling full. ... Read More »

Nutty Almond Smoothie

Give yourself a banana almond nutribullet blast with a taste of chocolate and cinnamon! This smoothie has almost 29% of the adult RDA of Vitamin E and 27% of the RDA of manganese, which promotes bone and thyroid health. It also tastes like you’re having a secret dessert. With its mix of protein and carbs it is also a good post ... Read More »

Nutty High-Protein Breakfast Smoothie

This smoothie delivers a healthy dose of Omega-3 fats, and the oats and chia seeds provide both Soluble and insoluble fiber for cleaning the digestive tract, helping you to feel satisfied throughout the morning, lowering LDL cholesterol and raising HDL and keeping your blood sugar levels steady. With more than 8g of protein, it’s a shake that’s more than suitable as ... Read More »

High Protein Berry Blend

Not only will you get plenty of protein from this berry smoothie, but you’ll also get 76% of your RDA of Vitamin C, a whopping 387mg of potassium and 7g of fiber. This smoothie boosts immunity and promotes digestive tract health. Flax, berries and kiwi are the stars of this nutribullet blast.  Feel free so substitute strawberries for any of the ... Read More »

Rocky Road Chocolate Oatmeal Smoothie Recipe

Sometimes, you just need some chocolate. This recipe delivers, but without the ton of sugar or unhealthy fats that you’d get by hitting the vending machine or drive-thru. This treat has enough fiber from oatmeal and protein to slow the absorption of sugar and help you get a bit of a boost without making your blood sugar spike and then plummet. ... Read More »

Peachy Keen Breakfast Smoothie

This recipe is a great one if you’re too busy for a healthy breakfast. With 14g of protein per 6-ounce serving, Greek yogurt has twice the protein of regular yogurt and usually half the sugar, so it’s a great way to get a healthy portion of low-fat protein first thing in the morning. This is also a great pre-workout shake.  4.0 ... Read More »

Greek Goddess Banana Oat Protein Smoothie

This smoothie is an excellent pre-workout shake, delivering a great dose of protein, along with 20% of the RDA of Vitamin B-6, 22% of the RDA of calcium, 22% of riboflavin and 472 mg of potassium for quick muscle recovery and the energy you need to power through a tough workout. The fiber from the oats help you feel satisfied ... Read More »

Banana-Berrylicious

 With 380mg of potassium and almost 25% of your RDA of Vitamin C, this smoothie is especially good for a pre-workout drink to help with muscle function and recovery.  Blueberries are also really good for your skin. 3.0 from 2 reviews Print Banana-Berrylicious Author: Carleen Recipe type: Smoothies Cuisine: Fruit Smoothies Prep time:  5 mins Cook time:  5 mins Total time:  10 mins ... Read More »

Almond Banana Bonanza Nutribullet Blast

This smoothie is loaded with Omega-3 fats and other healthy polyunsaturated fats to boost brain health, help stabilize your mood and improve your heart health. It’s also got almost 25% of your RDA of Vitamin B-6 and a whopping 440g of potassium. It would also be perfect post exercise or after a long run with its nice mix of carbs ... Read More »

Banana Mango Smoothie Recipe

Bananas are excellent supporters of a healthy heart. One large banana provides up to 480mg of potassium, which is essential for the muscles that make your heart beat. In fact, low potassium intake is related to higher risk of stroke so, banana’s high-potassium/low-sodium combo makes them a great addition to any healthy heart routine. This smoothie add mango for a ... Read More »

Heart Healthy Chocolate Cherry Smoothie

Yes! A chocolate smoothie can be healthy!!! Chocolate contains antioxidants that can be beneficial for hearth health. The darker the better, as research shows its high antioxidant power can play an important role fighting clog formation in your arteries.  The cherries in this recipe also provide antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties. Strawberry and banana add additional flavor and sweetness. Making this ... Read More »

Oatmeal and Sweet Potato High Fiber Smoothie

The oatmeal and sweet potato in this smoothie both provide exceptional amounts of fiber and carbohydrates. When made with vanilla yogurt and  vanilla soy milk, with a touch of spice, it tastes a lot like pumpkin pie and also has a good protein balance. It would make a great post run recovery drink. You could substitute pumpkin for the sweet ... Read More »

Strawberry Peach Mango Green Smoothie Recipe

Designed as a post workout smoothie, this recipe uses juice as the liquid to add post workout carbs. You can use fresh fruit and water instead if you like in order to lighten it up. The fruit and spinach in this recipe are high in Vitamin C, while spinach adds iron to the diet. That makes this a great post ... Read More »

Kale-A Berry Smoothie

Kale Strawberry Smoothie

The antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties of kale have quickly made it a favorite super food. The downside of kale, like may super healthy green foods, is that it has an acquired taste that some folks just never acquire. This sweet, creamy smoothie recipe gives you all the benefits of kale without ever tasting the kale. This is great for sneaking ... Read More »